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Light, Sound, Action: Extending the Life of Acoustic Waves on Microchips

Scientists in Australia and Europe have taken an important step towards removing ‘hot’ electrons from the data chips that are a driving force in global telecommunications. Researchers from the University of Sydney Nano Institute and Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light say that chips using light and sound, rather than electricity, will be important for the development of future tech, such as high-speed internet as well as radar and sensor technology.


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Anritsu Co. Expands Capability of Industry-leading CPRI RF Handheld Analyzers to Meet Market Needs

Anritsu Company has expanded its industry-leading CPRI RF field handheld analyzer portfolio to address the emerging requirements associated with testing high-speed LTE base stations. Among the enhancements are the ability to display four unique AxC traces, as well as support for CPRI Line Rate 8 and 20 MHz compression. Available on select Anritsu Site Master™, BTS Master™, Spectrum Master™, and Cell Master™ instruments, the new capabilities provide wireless carrier technicians, engineers and wireless contractors with the necessary tools to install and verify CPRI-based radios using optical fiber, SFPs, and RRHs, as well as to solve problems during installation and maintenance.


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Antenova responds to demand for 802.11/ac Wi-Fi antennas

Antenova Ltd., manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, announces two more antennas for the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless standard. These antennas are designed for the profusion of high bandwidth applications emerging in the consumer entertainment sector — specifically set-top boxes, IPTV and content streaming devices— all of which are seeing strong growth, in parallel with the roll-out of fibre to the home and the increase of IPTV services.


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